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to inspire has been evident throughout his remarkable career in law enforcement. as a decorated assistant u.s. attorney for the southern district of new york. deputy attorney general under attorney general ashcroft in the bush administration, he has achieved what one thought was the pinnacle of a law enforcement career. and now this. all of this experience, all of this past experience that jim has had makes him particularly well suited to lead the fbi as it's director. jim understands that justice in this country does not just happen because we're a great constitutional democracy. it depends upon the hard work of thousands of men and women for whole the ideawhom the ideals oa reality every day. for the men and women of the fbi i can say that jim appreciates the full worth of what you do. you can be sure that your director will steer a straight course. he will insist that investigations be thoroughly pursued to wherever they may go. as a former prosecutor in the front line against terrorism he will lead in that struggle. jim will be independent. in a town in which politics determine so much,
this by law. [ laughter ] >> jon: is this one of those stop and frisk deals? is that what is happen something in what does he have to do by law? why is he even talking about the law? maybe i should just let him -- >> all right. so i have to do this by law and so before we exchange the vows, i must ask if there's anyone present here today that should know of any reason why joseph and orville should not be marriaged -- married, speak now or forever hold your peace. >> jon: in new jersey that is the law. you are required by law to ask if anyone objects to a wedding. not just weddings in new jersey you have to do that for everything. it's part of the state's you got a problem with that act 1794. at any bar in new jersey at some point during the night, somebody looks at you and says do you have a problem with that? they don't want to fight they are obeying the law. time for the special moment they've been waiting for all their lives. >> do you wish to be joined in marriage. >> yes. yes. >> yes. >> and i wish to join you. not until marriage but join you together. [ laughter ] >> jon: too late it al
's "washington journal." >> joining us to continue on a discussion about the health care law. joining us for the discussion, senior health correspondent. welcome. >> what is the latest? but unfortunately the sub contractors that runs the data hub had an outage last night. it was still down this morning. i checked before i arrived. yet another woe in the long saga that has dogged the website. there was a congressional hearing last night. they recommended more testing earlier. talked about how federal officials decided to turn off of browsing function that required a double make accounts. that created a backlog. a lot of attention and focus on the website. www.c-span.orghost: you get the homepage and then i was able to set up an account. i will give that a try. got a message the website was down. >> the smiling girl on the website, a story about that now missing as well. >> she is gone and have replaced it with more information about what to do if you cannot get on the website. you can call the 1-800 number. even if you are on the story there are stories about how people are having a probl
, remember when a texas lawmaker filibustered a strict new abortion law only to have the legislature pass it anyway in a special session? well, a u.s. district judge just threw that law out. good afternoon, everyone. welcome to "the lead." i'm jake tapper. in the national lead, we begin by asking of the president those two questions that always seem to go hand in hand. what did he know and when did he know it. regarding the nsa tapping the phones of nearly three dozen world leaders. add president obama himself to the list of those surprised to learn it was going on. a senior administration official tells me president obama did not learn until recently of the nsa surveillance of other world leaders including allies, confirming a report that first appeared in this morning's "wall street journal," citing u.s. officials that the white house did not know until an internal review over the summer after which it ended some of those programs. the senior administration official tells me the program that monitored the phone of german chancellor angela merkel did not end until quite recently. the whi
terry mcauliffe. >> look at america today. we have to implemented the health care law. the computer deal will get fixed up. everybody has forgotten that when president george w. bush a republican put that medicare part d drug program in it was more unpopular than the health care law and they had terrible problems with the computers. but our side, we not so ideological so instead of screaming about how incompetent they were most of our people tried to help them understand the law and make it work and then wait for it to get fixed. big difference in it. putting people first as opposed to some philosophy first. >> according to the los angeles times, thousands of individuals in california are unhappy with the president's health care law because of increases to their health insurance bills. it has to do with the large amount of previously uninsured people entering the health care system. now president obama will discuss the roll out of obama care and the changes. they're saying the administration always expected enrollment to be law at first but to pick up in early 2014. they cite the 2007 ma
many small contributors. it represents a big change to depression-era laws designed to protect small investors from risky investments. special correspondent carl woy h worthy has our story. >> reporter: he's trying to raise money for his start-up company. it's called juicy canvas, an on-line business that allows users to customize original artwork, to make prints, sheet cases or mobile equipment. it's an idea he thinks could be huge, so he's doing what most start-ups do at this stage, trying to sell his idea to big investors, venture capitalists. but competing for their money is a time-consuming and difficult process. it takes face-to-face meetings, networking and luck to hook in an investor with big bucks. >> there is only so much they're going to invest per year, and every hour, there is exponentially more and more and more start-ups getting into the market, so it's going to be harder for us to kind of bubble up. >> overall new businesses account for -- >> reporter: but now start-up businesses could soon have another form of cash. >> for start-up businesses, this bill is a potentia
, we'll have to charge more. there are reasons to not be too afraid. the law has various complicated mechanisms that compensate insurers, a lot of cost will get transferred to taxpayers and that's a problem for the federal budget but may not be a problem for the insurance market. as long as the system is working right for 2015, the insurers will say we had an unusual circumstance where we ended up with a lot of sick people and now cross our fingers, it is working in 2015 and we expect more signups. they may not push the rates up so much. the insurers have a lot of reasons to want it to work. they don't want a death spiral with skyrocketing insurance rates more than any of the rest of us do. it's not time to panic yet. the sooner the better they can get the website fixed the less we have to worry about the enrollment problems. >> extending and delaying was not an original part of the plan, but neither were the incredibly problematic glitches that we're having to deal with now. there's -- i'm really not that surprised you have a number of democrats pushing the extending at least the en
told the truth to americans about his health care law going back to the campaign. >> when he was trying to get the law passed, repeatedly said, if you currently have health insurance, you'll be able to keep your plan. this morning, david axelrod was pressed on that point and said the majority, the vast majority, would get to keep their plans. he no longer works at the white house. from that podium, will you admit when the president said, if you have a plan, you'll get to keep it, that was not true? >> it's true there are existing health care plans on the individual market that don't meet those minimum standards and therefore do not qualify for the affordable care act. >> greg, i want to talk about ridicule. when your policy or your campaign or your candidate becomes the target of ridicule on "saturday night live," have you a huge problem on your hands? >> i don't really think so. i think -- i feel like the joke is on us for laughing. oh, finally, the cool ki are now seeing what all the dorks have been seeing for two years and we're supposed to be grateful for this one little, you know,
hill. that will be coming up next later on. look at the other aspects of the health-care law. the new information on that as well. all that and more as "washington journal" continues after this. ♪ montana became a state in 1889. it took us about 10 years to get our ducks in a row. then we added two wings on either side of the building in 1912. in 1999 the building underwent a huge restoration project to from thatits grander 1902. what you see today is what it would've looked like about a hundred years ago. >> along with discoverers of the gold the west, last chance gulch really was one of the major 1819 aries and some million dollars in currency was taken out of this place. it is a town where there was a lot of money. they say that there were more millionaires per capita here in helena than in any other place in the 1890s. there's never been proven. it is a legend. but it is a place where you can see the wealth that was poured into the community in the 1880s and 1890s. later in helena the nickname the queen city of the rockies because of that. ♪ >> spend this weekend exploring mon
. >> the nonprofit and the donors to them thought to exploit loopholes in california disclosure laws. >> the contributions were intended to help defeat governor brown's proposition 30 to raise taxes and pass the anti-labor measure proposition 32. they went to court before the november election pushing the group to disclose the true source of the contribution. she's now headed to washington d.c. to serve as president obama's appointee on the federal election commission. before thursday's settlement was announced, she spoke with scott shafer about the challenges of informing voters about the flood of money in today's political campaign. >> welcome to "newsroom." >> thank you very much. >> well, the fair political action commission, which you chair, or have chaired, was created after waterfwat. there was a lot of cynicism about politics. how do you feel you have made a difference under your tenure there to, you know, enhance trust or faith in our political system? >> the purpose of the ftpc was to enhance faith and trust. clearly a large percentage of americans do not feel that trust in
to close tomorrow because they don't meet the requirements of the state's strict new abortion law. but today a federal district judge ruled that portions of that law are unconstitutional. anna werner is in dallas with more about the law, the ruling, and the impact. >> we won't go back! >> reporter: the restrictions prompted protests in the state capital. those who opposed the law said it would make abortions impossible in many parts of texas because it required doctors to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of an abortion clinic. today, federal district judge lee yeakel agreed, striking down the requirement. he wrote that the provision is without a rational basis and places a substantial obstacle in the path of a woman seeking an abortion. the judge also ruled that restrictions on abortion medications could be unconstitutional, but only if they stop a doctor from prescribing them to protect the health or life of a woman. >> and this bill is an example. >> reporter: the fight over the restrictions drew national attention this summer when democratic state senator
a meaningful surveillance law reform. they came with a petition signed by more than 500 thousand people asking for an investigation. senate judiciary committees plan hearings on those programs so they want to make sure their forces are heard. one of the main messages of this rally as watch the watchers. the question is, is it really possible? so far, and he liked that has been shed on the watchers was three whistleblowers. >> more details and updates on the battle for privacy and ask her and analysis -- and expert analysis. a suicide bombing killed six people in southern russia on monday. dozens more injured. it went off in a packed bus. we retrace the events of the sad day. >> october 21 started as any other monday. people woke up with places to go. heavily using the bus stations like this one. but for several people needing bus number 29, they never could've foreseen how quickly their lives would change. the route ran without incident from morning until afternoon until one person got on board. a 30-year-old woman, that is when things took a tragic turn. anna stasia was on her way home. she w
tapes the islands are an inherent part of its territory, both historically and under international law. >>> south korean foreign ministry officials regret that images from an nhk drama were used without permission in a website video that claimed sovereignty over disputed islands. japan claims an island in the sea of japan but south korea controls them. nearly 20 seconds of video was used from a battle scene from the battle clouds above the hill featuring the 1904 japanese war. after receiving an inquiry from nhk, south korean officials say they have no reason to believe that they were used. they deleted the video from their website on sunday. they told a private production firm to make the video and it apparently downloaded the images from the internet. the clip was made without the awareness that it belonged to nhk. >>> people in turkey are celebrating a milestone in their nation's history. tuesday marks the 90th anniversary of the founding of the republic. japan's ties with the country go back even further. they began more than 120 years ago with a tragedy. >> reporter: a buckle with
to govern. >> we have to implement this law and the computer deal will get fixed up. don't worry about that. everybody's forgotten when president george w. bush, a republican, put that medicare part d drug program in, it was more unpopular than the health care law and they had terrible problems with the computers. our side is not so ideological. instead of bashing and scream being how incompetent they were, we tried to help people understand the law and make it work. >> clinton begins another marathon day today at 10:15 in norfolk. democrats sweep the state in virginia and republicans get clobbered and it sends a real message to the state of the republican party and if republicans write that off, they do so at their own peril. democrats tried the same ignoring the signs that became the 2010 republican wave starting this virginia in 2009. so far president obama is yet to do a campaign event that was supposed to happen in the shut down, but shut down got in the way. could happen this weekend. hillary clinton will be raising money this week in california. kentucky senator rand paul will speak
death met with silence? tonight, fault lines examines the nations largest law enforcement agency and asks who is holding them accountable when they pull the trigger. >> people here call this ambos nogales, or both nogales. but a steel fence built in the name of national security divides this border town. i've come to meet jose's family they live just blocks from where jose was killed. >> his brother diego worked at a shop in the center of town. jose would often meet him to help mop the floor before closing. that night, he never made it. jose antonio was shot to death, right on this street corner. the walls on this doctors office are still riddled with bullet holes. now, the border patrol's explanation for what happened hinges on the fact they say their agents were threatened by somebody throwing rocks on this side of the fence. but standing here, the first thing you ask yourself is: could a 16 year old boy really threaten somebody standing on top of what's at least a 20 foot cliff, and on the other side of that fence? whatever took place here that night, there's video cameras rig
ill. siding with the nra and undermining law enforcement. no wonder the washington post calls cuccinelli polarizing, provocative and partisan. cuccinelli. too extreme for virginia independence usa pac sponsored this ad. >>> back on wusa9 with a travel alert. you can expect calmia road to be closed tomorrow near rock creek in northwest d.c. crews will be doing more construction work to replace a damaged culvert. >>> another heads up, this involving the cno canal in d.c. the national park service is temporarily closing the small bridge that leads to fletcher's boathouse by the canal. an inspection turned up corrosion on several steel beams. the bridge will be closed three weeks while temporary repairs are made. >>> two big losses in the entertainment world over the weekend, marsha wallace's career, best remembered for her voice of bart simpson's teacher, 70 years old. she passed away. lou reed lost his battle with liver problems yesterday, 71 years old, had a transplant in april. rolling stone called his debut as a part of the velvet underground one of the most influential album
country and explain why america is violating international law and dropping drones of people. -- on people. code pink is here behind me with their brilliant colleagues. these are americans, right? you do not have to be an american citizen to see that a revolutionary is hanging out with egyptians last night who started the revolution for democracy. that is what this country is supposed to be, right? when we love freedom, liberty, democracy, i will pivot from despair to hope, because i cannot stand this anymore. i cannot. as a mother, a daughter, i cannot try to explain this situation to my children. i do not want them growing up without safety and freedom and explain to them why 100 men have never been charged with a crime and are incarcerated in guantanamo. i do not want that to be my country. i do not want that to be our legacy. i want my country back. i want it back. [cheers] >> i knew that i would cry if i let this out, but we should be crying so that we can take it back and then we will be laughing. so, right behind us, great dreams took place, marches that expressed american values. t
, the obama administration has now delayed six weeks the enrollment. do you like that? >> this is a law that the president continues to figure isn't the law. he continues to make changes. this is the about 14th time he has made some change in the law i support legislation to actually give every american an opportunity to delay it for a year. i think we ought to remove this individual mandate permanently. >> i think it was senator mike lee who had a conversation with us. he said the law has been quote amend ad so many times whether people get exemptions or postponements or waivers that there have been some changes in the law that it's not the law that was passed by congress whether you like it or not. do you feel the same way he does about that. >> i do feel that way. we ought to legislatively. i'm a doctor, i want to make sure that americans get affordable care without all these regulations, mandates, taxes and there are ways that we can do it. what we are seeing with this healthcare law and so much attention is to the web site. the web site is really just the tip of the iceberg, there
coverage two weeks prior rinaldi said they will be interpret the law to say as long as you have coverage by march 31st you will be okay we're not sure how that will rollout. gerri: paul? what the white house said it is march 31st is the final deadline but the losses jimmy refers to -- january january 1st. >> if you want coverage to begin on june refers to have to sign up before the open enrollment period ends march march 31st so they signal as long as you have started the process before april april 1st we will count you as having coverage. gerri: it is clear as mud and the date is as soft as a baby's but. if obamacare does not work by jay refers to the insurance companies continue my insurance i have? we have had a lot of glitches over the weekend. >> that is a very open question. one analysis of the past couple weeks is 60 million people with the individual market who buy their own insurance will get a cancellation notices or are getting them now. is the web site doesn't work you cannot buy alternative forms what will they do? we don't have clear answers at this point. gerri: we have de
commitment to insuring that we do everything we have to do within the law to keep america safe, to keep americans safe, and keep our allies safe, and that we do so in a way that reflects the need to find a balance, and to recognize the sincere security--rather privacy concerns that americans have and others have around the world. >> reporter: for the european delegation that has just arrived in washington this is more than the surveillance of u.s. leaders phones but the surveillance of tens of millions of european. this is how they framed that visit. >> we need to figure out why this mass activities have been happening and in the end we're fighting a battle security and to keep that balance right. we're concerned about security, and there is a balance to be struck by citizens. >> reporter: over the weekend he told the sunday talk shows as far as he was concerned european should be grateful, it's protecting them from terrorism. this is the theme we're hearing from the white house, that it's about terrorism and keeping them safe. and. >> a british man has been arrested and charged with ha
. countries will enact their own data laws. internet that we think is unbroken and open around the world i fear it will be segmented as countries have their own rules and own protections. >> about six years ago when the president was running, you know if he gets in there our reputation around the world will be so much better. everybody hates george w. bush. this is all we need for a brand new world. little did we know while he was giving that speech in berlin his people were bugging every office. think about the damage this has done and this is one more of those bush/cheney programs that this administration has taken to ridiculous lengths. >> the real world implications is massive. the damage has been done that's not just political but mic economically. the idea that the president doesn't know about these things over and over again -- i imagine people think it's a better explanation than saying he did know. that's hard for me to see how it's a positive. if that is true that's alarming. given that they are arguing this wholesale review we have not heard a revamp of this from the president.
. and legal briefs too. two huge stories in the world of law, one involves a merger that could mean hundreds of legal -- my goodness, legal briefs, hundreds of layoffs, not sure i will get through this. a memo that has everybody talking about the place of young women in the business world and how they should dress and act. first to sue at the nyse. >> my, my, my. stocks having a so-so day but we're at or near record levels for several indices, close to dow 16,000 than 15,000. the nasdaq 65 points from 4,000. where is the retail investor in all of this? mary thompson found out. >> hey, sue. data suggest the retail investor remains cautious with the markets at record highs. outflows continue while trading activity at discount brokerages is modest. investors began pulling money out of stock funds in may of 2011. since then, u.s. equity funds have seen net monthly outflows in 25 of the last 28 months through august. the september numbers aren't final but weekly figures suggest the exodus continued in the two weeks out of the three recorded so far for october. so recent data from discount brokera
make some changes to the law, specifically, extending the enrollment deadline beyond march 31st of next year. that could open the door if there is big senate debate about that to the possibility of extending and delaying the individual mandate which is the all-important way to fund this entire law. bottom line is, this effort has been led by jeanne shaheen of new hampshire. she is up for re-election in 2014 and has to defend the law. here she is on cbs. >> the rollout has been a disaster so what i'm proposing we extend the period in which people can enroll so we can make sure we get as many people who want health insurance able to enroll and be i believe to be covered. >> reporter: and that is an important point that the white house keeps stressing which is that while there are these 10 senate democrats or so who are pushing for changes they're not trying to defund the law, they're not trying to dismantle the law as republicans have tried. said the democrats are pushing for changes the president may not want to make right now but they're trying to make the law better although you notice
values and the rule of law. fidelity, bravery, integrity. that's your motto. and today we're here to welcome a remarkable new leader for this remarkable institution. one who lives those principles out every single day, mr. jim comey. before i get to jim, i want to thank all the predecessors who are here today. we are grateful for your service. i have to give a special shout out to bob mueller who served longer than he was supposed to, but he was such an extraordinary leader through some of the most difficult times that we've had in national security. i consider him a friend. i'm so grateful for him being here today. thank you very much. [ applause ] >> now, jim has dedicated his life to defending our laws, making sure all americans can trust our justice system to protect their rights and their well-being. he's the grandson of a beat cop. he's the prosecutor who helped bring down the gambinos. he's the relentless attorney who fought to stem the bloody tide of gun violence, rub out white color crime, deliver justice to terrorists. it's just about impossible to find a matter of justi
. >> but over the weekend it was bill clinton who fired back defending the law and the site. >> look at america today. we've got to implement this health care law. the computer deal will get fixed up, don't worry about that. everybody has forgotten, by the way, that when president george w. bush, a republican put that medicare part d drug program in, it was more unpopular than the health care law and they had terrible problems with the computers. >> over the weekend, yet another problem emerged with the site. a critical data center was shut down that's managed by verizon's terremark. it all comes as jeffrey zients promised healthcare.gov will be problem-free by the end of november. let me bring in carl bernstein and msnbc managing editor dafna linzer. good morning. >> good morning. >> don't you love bill clinton? oh, that computer thing, it will get fixed. but is he right? should we have expected that the problems that we've seen, carl, would happen? >> no, it's a colossal screw-up. at the same time that does not mean that the legitimacy of the affordable care act is undermined or should be und
. >> how parents are using the anniversary of their children's death to change laws and protect other families. plus an 18-wheater ends b up hanging over an overpass in southern california. remarkably, the driver survived. a look back at the life of a musician that inspired generations. >> ten years after their 10-year-old son and 7-year-old daughter died in a horrific hit and run crash, a mother and father from danville took a major step forward today to protect other children they want to make sure what happened to them on october 27, 2003 never happens to anyone else. >> we hope to see them some day again in heaven. >> dozens of people gathered in danville to look back and remember troy and elana, their parents are also looking forward, pushing for changes in the laws. today, bob and his wife carmen began circulating a petition for a measure they want on next year's ballot. >> we'll never get troy and elana back, but we have noel going through school and you have your families. so the bigger picture is more about them and protecting them. >> noel is their 7-year-old daughter born t
patients as required by law. and the state's concerns over issues like the background checks were being addressed with no offer of assistance from the state after the doors closed. >> so you're in a catch 22 situation. you can't take care of the people that you're suppose to transfer. but there's no resources to transfer them. >> reporter: we poured over the state's report citing a long list of violations from locking residents inside, inadequate amounts of food, sometimes spoiled. improper medications to rodent droppings, human urine, and feces. a spokesman called it unexpectable. >> some people are bedridden as they have no way to fend for themselves. for them to be left behind, it's a pretty terrible thing to do. >> reporter: but the owner's attorney insists she has a heart of gold, losing money by caring for the elderly on fixed incomes until she got sick herself. then simply did the best she could. >> her commitment to caring for folks is evidence that no one else is willing to take them. >> reporter: at end of the state's report, they requested that the owner never owned, worked,
time. how law enforcement is cracking down on this growing problem. you know a lot of people will tell you about the dodge durango's available hemi v8 engine and 360 horsepower, but i'm the only one with the guts to tell you about this glove box. .1 cubic feet of storage, 12 volt light bulb. oh and beautiful injection, molded, thermal, plastic olefin. comfortably fits two turkey sandwiches or 70 packs of gum. say what? look i'm not lying. gum for days. is this a gum ball machine? no it's a dodge durango! ♪ >> police say it's a growing problem, drivers under the enfluns, but it's not alcohol that's at issue. it's drugs impairing drivers. a new approach by law enforcement to catch drug drivers. >> reporter: it's 10:00 on a wednesday night in redding, california. this driver is walking the line. >> you're being placed under arrest for dui. >> but officers say it's not control that put the nan handcuffs. >> i think he's using something that's bringing him up and bringing him down at the same time. this officer is a dui specialist with the redding preliminary. last year, the office recogn
in restrictions on them whatsoever but there is a provision in the law that would put some restrictions on ammunition sales and that is what bothers them. >> you go there and i will hit this here you. >> upon want to do henderson? >> reporter: they are campaigning for gun safety law for sunnyville. >> hello. >> hi. >> hay, can i talk to you a minute about measure c? are you familiar with measure c? >> reporter: promoters say it does a few things to improve gun safety. it requires owners to report stolen guns in 48 hours and keep them locked up or disabled. ban high capacity magazines and requires dealers to record the ammunition sales. >> it is the spur for all of this. >> reporter: that is the sandy hook elementary shooting spree by a 20-year-old that took the lives of 20 1st graders and 6 adults. >> for this community. a think national local campaign. promoted by the mayor, retired fire captain. >> we hear it every day. young adults finding gun in their homes and going to a school and just this past week we had two shootings at schools that involved teachers and stuff like that. it
the paramedics say. we are in law enforcement but if the medics are saying we need to getten to the hop, i go with what they say. >> the attorney says it is a misunderstanding and the owner is ill. the company owns two other facilities operating licenses that were revoked in those facilities. >> a park worker accused of running over a sunbather will be in court after pleading not guilty to felony vehicular manslaughter and felony hit-and-run accident. he is accused of killing a 35-year-old in a city vehicle sunbathing with her 11-month-old child and dog when she was hit. the defense attorney says he swerved to avoid hitting a dog. aa subcommittee will talk about ways to improve safety communications between pg&e and city officials. the move is after a pipeline was shut down in san carlos this month. the officials first learned from the media that flawed documents were used to declare the pipe line safe. the line was shut down but now is reconnected to flow at a much lower pressure level. an armed robbery suspect shot by san francisco police is in serious condition after officers cornered him
signed up for insurance under that new law. >>> 4:44 right now. another check on weather. it was windy. you showed us that amazing video of what the winds did. the winds are starting to calm down. . freezing along the coast. half-moon bay. winds anywhere from 15 to 20 miles per hour. take a check of the north bay, winds calmer out there in some spots, under 10 miles per hour right now. closer to sunrise, the winds will start to die down. what is causing all these winds, a laps continues to move toward the bay area. even going to bring us a slight chance of rain for the entire bay area. not much. a slight chance. in the forecast for today. cool and breezy to start off the workweek with temperatures only reaching in the 50s, low 60s. a full check of that seven-day forecast coming up. in the meantime got to get you on time. >>> good morning, everybody. happy monday. the wind is the big traffic story. power outages overnight. lot of downed power poles. the chp reports all roadways are cleared, and the earlier power pole which had shut down vas key road in both directions, cleared out of th
, director comey was his first law clerk when he was a new judge on the district court bench in the southern district of new york. and most importantly director comey's wife, patrice. thank you for taking part in today's ceremony. we are also pleased to have director and mrs. comey's children, maureen, kate, brian, claire, and abby. welcome. also director comey's brother and sister, trish, peter, and chris, we welcome you. and a special welcome to director comey's father brian, welcome. we are here today for two purposes. first as many of you know director comey was sworn in during a private ceremony in attorney general holder's office on september 4th. but we reviewed the rules and regulations and determined that oath was invalid because his spouse was not holding the bible. so officially i've been director. and second equally important we wanted to be able to officially welcome director comey and his family into the fbi family. we are all honored to mark this occasion along with director comey's family and his close friends. now with those who are seated, the few, please rise for the prese
. as the men and women of dayshift lock, load and hit the road. they are armed with a new type of law enforcement weapon. all right, where are we going? >> the ain' ability to predict e crime is going to occur. we rolled out with them to see how it works. >> so downstairs here is where we house the operations division of the police department. deputy chief steve clark is a 20-year veteran of the santa cruz police department. owe knows th -- he knows the ple inside out. he also knows where to go in the future. a knowledge that led him to a interactive predicting policing software. >> we were focusing on vehicle burglaries and we found the model was accurate predicting the timing times and locations e the crime will occur. >> it sounds like "minority report" the tom cruise movie where they apprehend the criminal based on preknowledge. >> what the computer takes into effect is the what has been reported. it doesn't know about the demographics in the area or the person, it's all area specific. >> today, it's more than a toy it tinker with. it's the main law enforcement tool in their arsen
. >>> japanese prime minister shizo abe has sent a controversial bill to the diet. if made into law, it would impose heavier punishments on people who leak state secrets. some journalists say the legislation would infringe on freedom of the press and limit the public's right to know. nhk world's hoshitaka hurauchi reports. >> reporter: japanese prime minister shinzo abe wants something president barack obama has, a national security council. if he gets it he wants to share crucial information with the u.s. and other allies but he's been pressed to toughen up laws to protect against intelligent leaks. >> translator: it's important that legal framework designed to protect national security information is put in place in the interest of making sure that the national security council can conduct its discussions effectively. >> reporter: the state secrets bill would enable heads of government offices, such as ministers, to designate information related to national security as classified. only ministers, vice ministers, parliamentary secretaries, and approved public servants would handle that infor
the victim. >>> the man convicted of causing michael jackson's death walked out of jail. a change in law allowed his time to be reduced due to the time served. two years ago the former cardiologist was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for giving a deadly dose of prop follow p--- prop an ol to jackson. he has always hasn'ted his innocence. he already filed a petition in texas to have his med clam license reinstated. >>> let's talk about a 3d perspective. it did bring some shower activity to points south of us. for now we continue to see a relatively quiet setup. that is likely to continue into the day tomorrow. maryland's most powerful radar, where is the nearest precipitation. we have to scan toward roan knock. unless your travel plans take you south of staunton, you're going to stay dry in the mid- atlantic. fog in the low valley. could see patches of fog. it's possible. high thin cloud cover after that fog lifted in northern baltimore county and phyt billion finish to the day. st. vincent pilates, a beautiful day. clouds are 25 feet up. a bright, bright finish to the day. 64 at
permission. if someone annoys the woman with the prodding charges can be filed under the state harassment law. >>> key west, florida, more than 1,000 people turned out to watch the super hero parade. it was lead by diana nyad that swam from cuba to key west a few months ago. >> and a goolish experience for halloween. spooky decorations and flashing lights and masked workers are part of the experience along with the wash and wax options. very nice. >>> coming up, former massachusetts senator scott brown tests the waters in the granite state. that and the best political buzz of the morning. that is straight ahead. but first, your first look at business. good morning. >> good morning, that's right. apple slated to report it's earnings after today's closing bell. analysts expecting companies to beat estimates as a result of record breaking sales this quarter. in other news, rick snyder expected to testify in detroit's bankruptcy eligible trial today. the governor orchestrated it. twitter hits the mid-atlantic today with a meeting in baltimore as twitter executives do their west with investors aro
municipal police department, which is the only function of upholding the law. this is really radical moment in american policing what they said we are not going to focus on solving crime are making cases. we are just going to be here to gather intelligence, to be a mini cia kind of thing. it was this incredible decision that we'd never understood the significance for many years. the what they did if they took a look at all the nine about then hijackers portfolios, their files and networked for commonalities and things that would say how'd we noticed us along the way, maybe we could have done something. so they created a team of plainclothes detectives from a south asian arab descent and sent them out into the neighborhoods come into muslim neighborhood, basically eased up and write what they heard and where were egyptian coffee shops where what barack is get their hair cut? where do people of palestinian descent, where did they watch soccer? what they did was created this giant ethnic map of the city that was the foundation of what has been a 10 year extremely secret program the n.y.p.d. ha
next. uz)Ñ >> law enforcement agencies from across the world are in the second day of a brutal training exercise right here in the bay area urban shield 2013 is nearing it's completion. it's a regional preparedness exercise hosted by the alameda county sheriff's office. testing how prepared law enforcement agencies and first responders are to face a variety of high-pressure scenarios - such as a school shooting. by utilizing volunteers, the agencies go through training exercises for 48-hours straight.with little to no sleep. the idea is to simulate a real disaster. . to improve upon. urban shield comes to an end monday morning. coming up at eight. new concerns about obamacare. how safe is the healthcare site against cybercrime. we take a look. plus, a brutal mass murder in brooklyn. what would make a man kill his own family in cold blood? and a carnival ride gone bad, may be no accident. investigators are now saying somebody tampered with the ride at the state fair. details, next. a man has been arrested in connection with the murders of his five family members, including four children.
-- jones was a supreme court case in which law enforcement was putting on gps, geo location device and following somebody for 28 days. the supreme court ruled 9-0 that was a violation of the fourth amendment, yet this administration refuses to issue guidance on what they are doing now on geo location. that's something i'm doing with senator wyden in a very bipartisan way. issues out there. website, without encryption where people are typing in on healthcare.gov social security numbers and it's not encrypted. this all kind of fits together in a big huge area of concern. >> at the same time the former deputy director of the cia mike morrell was on "60 minutes" and he talked about the breakdown of trust and politics he believes is undermining national security. >> what really keeps me up at night is the inability of our government to make decisions that push our economy and our society forward. there's been a change from a willingness of the two parties to work together to get things done to today the two parties at each other's throat and simply trying to score political points. i do
've got to implement this health care law. the computer deal will get fixed up, don't worry about that. everybody has forgotten, by the way, that when president george w. bush, a republican, put that medicare part d drug program in, it was more unpopular than the health care law and they had terrible problems with the computers. >> congresswoman, it was eight years ago that the federal government rolled out medicare part d, a prescription drug benefit, and it was the first time that medicare was launching into this exclusive private health insurance plan. only 21% of americans at that time had a favorable understanding of what medicare part d was and now people would think they couldn't live without it. without proper enhancements as we live and learn. so do you think as we stand right now with the fact that the president was re-elected on obama care and it passed both houses and also vetted through the supreme court, do you believe that all americans deserve access to affordable health care? >> absolutely every american should have access to affordable health care. every american shou
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decision. this law got so much media coverage over the summer. part of it was to go into effect this week. lots of opponents and they were asking the judge delay the enforcement of the rule requiring clinic doctors to perform abortions at local hospitals, falling guidelines for pill undiced medical abortion, and the texas attorney general argues the law protects women and the life of the fetus. the attorney general is expected to file an emergency appeal. a texas legislator did a filibuster for 13 hours on this matter, highly controversial. it's not going into effect. that's the breaking news now. the fifth circuit court of appeals will be asked to look at it. whether they will or not, we'll let you know. >>> officials in oklahoma confirmed they captured two jail inmates after a group made a daring escape through a shower ceiling. who inmates are missing after they apparently opened some sort of hatch in this jail shower yesterday. why there's a hatch in the jail shower is beyond us. but the sheriff says the men then called through the ceiling ducts to freedom. the suspects, these guys, h
a gentle reminder, as he defended the health care law on sunday in virginia. >> look at america today. we have got to implement this health care law the computer deal will get fixed up. don't worry about that. everybody has forgotten, by the way, that when president george w. bush, a republican, put that medicare part d drug program in, it was more unpopular than the health care law, and they had terrible problems with the computers. >> terrible problems with computers. you see? but never fear. our 30 rock neighbors over at "saturday night live," they got the answers. >> if our site keeps freezing, we've also provided links to other helpful websites, such as kayak.com. where you can purchase airline tickets to canada and buy cheaper prescription drugs. >> now, listen. canada has already given us ted cruz, so i think they've done just about enough. let's get right to our panel. with us from washington is dana milbank, political columnist for "the washington post." msnbc analyst and former are rnc chair, michael steele. and in san francisco, msnbc contributor and president of voter latino,
. >> tried to help people understand the law and make it work. >> the former president blasts republican i had log. >> putting people first, as opposed to some abstract philosophy. >> and today's top trender. glitch mob. >> millions of americans are visiting healthcare.gov. unfortunately, the site was only designed to handle six users at a time. >> it's very frustrating. it is certainly not what we wanted to be. >> when you become a parody on "saturday night live," it's awful hard to recover. >> i.t., can we get someone from i.t. in here? >> righty's target kathleen sebelius for healthcare.gov's poor health. >> the website was supposed to be the easy part. she has lost considerable credibility. >> absolutely, she should resign. >> this is a woman that has to be fired. >> you're fired. >> and at the end of the day, somebody has to be held responsible. and the secretary, who is in charge of this implementation, is that person. ♪ ♪ how we gonna fix it >> joining me tonight is congressman javier bess sarra of california. congressman, good to have you with us tonight. i guess the witch hunt
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